Risk Management Series: Master Class Charterparty Disputes & Prevention

SkillsPlus believes in Benjamin Franklin’s saying “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Negotiating, drafting and executing Charterparties is an extremely important area of shipping where “knowledge of past disputes and resulting case law; attention to detail and the “look before you leap attitude” can go a long way to save money, time and relationships. After a successful masterclass in Mumbai on the 8th of March, SkillsPlus now brings this practical program to the Cargo Charterers, Operators, Shipowners, Port Agents, Masters & Senior officers and Shipbrokers in Delhi.

The Master Class will discuss “Construction of Voyage & Time Charterparties; Key Obligations & Differences; Disputes including Notice of Readiness & Arrived Ship, Laytime, Underperformance, Delayed Delivery, Payment of Hire; Bunker supply and quality issues; and, Bills of Lading Issues & Risk Mitigation.


The well attended course will be held at Courtyard Marriott, Gurugram DownTown on 3rd May from 9.30am to 5.30pm.

A discount of 10% applies for (1) paid members of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS); (2) Employees of Government and PSUs; (3) Full time students including registered students of ICS; (4) Masters & Senior officers.

For further details, please email to jmakkar@skillsplus.sg or call +852 95718832 (available on WhatsApp call)

Master Class delivered by:

Jagmeet Makkar MSc FICS FRINA FIMarE(I) FHKIArb MCIArb

Jagmeet has a unique combination of academic prowess, teaching and more than three (3) decades of hands-on experience in Chartering, Commercial and Technical Shipping.

His last position (till 2015) was as Co-Head of Chartering and Global Head of Shipping Assets with Noble Chartering. Jagmeet is a supporting member of LMAA, a member of the Education and Training Committee of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and a Past Chairman of the Hong Kong Branch of the ICS. Jagmeet’s linkedIn profile can be found at:


Source: Press Release


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